Yieldstreet’s Athena Art Finance is a proud sponsor of this year’s Apollo Magazine 40 Under 40 Asia Pacific, devoted to celebrating the young individuals driving the art scene in the region. Among the collectors of the inspirational art — Kim Namjoon, the leader of the hit KPop sensation, BTS.
Yieldstreet’s fourth art equity fund includes a magnificent painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat, one of the most influential artists of all time. On this episode of The Yield, Yieldstreet’s Art Platform leader Rebecca Fine sits down with Cynthia Gadsden, Assistant Professor of Art History at Tennessee State University for a conversation about Basquiat work and the recent King Pleasure exhibit.
Three takeaways: The J-curve describes the typical performance profile of an investment in a private fund. It reflects how a fund’s performance commonly appears negative soon after launching, before normalizing as the age of a fund increases and the portfolio matures.Early on, when private funds start making investments, the accounting of even small expenses and […]
We believe private real estate is a foundational component of your private market portfolio. That’s why Yieldstreet dedicated the week of August 27 – September 2 to helping investors capture the benefits of this valuable asset class with a greater selection of real estate offerings than ever before. Join Chris Salerno, Founder and CEO of QC Capital as we dive into the multi family real estate market.
As part of Yieldstreet’s partnership as the official alternative investment platform of the New York Giants, we wanted to kick off the regular season with a few gameplans to potentially help your portfolio.
Jean-Michel Basquiat’s artwork continues to inspire a new generation as well as appreciate in value, with a 15 year CAGR of 21.1%
What does it take to become really rich in today’s volatile market? In this bonus episode of The Yield, Director of Strategic Marketing Joseph Sancio is joined by entrepreneur and digital creator Nicholas Crown. You can’t miss Nicholas’s content on Tik Tok and Instagram, where he shares different experiences from the eyes of the rich versus the really rich, and today he shares his insights into what it takes to get really rich now.
Richard Excell, clinical professor of finance at the University of Illinois Gies College of Business returns to The Yield returns to the podcast for a follow-up conversation about all that has, and hasn’t changed in recent months, as well as drivers that have the potential to move the market back in the right direction.
Jean Chatzky is the CEO and co-founder of HerMoney. On this episode of Disrupters Yieldstreet’s own CEO Milhind Mehere sits down with Jean for a conversation about education, entrepreneurship, diversity and the consumer-driven economy. Key Takeaways: [6:40] Jean’s pro tips for paying for college. [10:18] The entrepreneurial drive that led to HerMoney. [17:15] Reducing the […]
Live from New York, it’s 100th episode of The Yield Podcast! Thank YOU for your continued support through 100 episodes. Today we look back at previous episodes, and sit down with WTFintech’s Nicole Casperson to speak about the importance of podcasts and content in today’s digital media world.